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THE 1971 HAWK 



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Editor-in-Chief 

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Advisor 

JESSE ROSENBLUM 

Photography 

THOMAS WILES 

Publisher 

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FOREWORD 

What is the good life? By whatever criteria one 
seeks to answer this question, he can exemplify them 
in the coOege environment. The good life, we are told 
by our faculty, is the examined life. The good life, we 
are told by our deans, contains the search for spiritual 
and moral values as weU as the striving for social 
grace. The good life is the joyous life, we tell ourselves 
in moments of relaxation. The good life is the directed 
life, we are told by the men and women who head our 
organizations. What gives dignity and meaning of hfe, 
we are told by the fast men of track, football, and bas- 
ketball, is excellence of technique in doing something 
that expresses life. All these definitions contribute to a 
whole. Taken together, they present variety that makes 
hfe full, exciting, challenging, and gives the realization 
that the good life can exist. The Havvk invites your 
perusal of all the aspects of the good life at U.M.E.S. 
in 1970-71. 





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TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedic at ion 4 

President 8 

Board <<f Regents 9 

\dniinistration 12 

Faculty 18 

(Hubs and Organizations 47 

Staff 74 

Homecoming 134 

Senior Class 122 

Sojihomore Class 110 

J unior Class 116 

Freshman Class 104 

Athletics 91 








DEDICATION 

PROF. RICHARD H. THOMAS 





Mr. Richard Thomas has been at U.M.E.S. for 
32 years. He now resides in a lovely new home 
with his wife. Claudia, and two of his children, 
Grace and Calvin. His other daughter. Diane, and 
her husband. Claude Young, Jr.. reside in Wash- 
ington. D.C. 

Mr. Thomas says that he is confident of the 
growth in academic programs at U.M.E.S.. but 
hopes that we (people) don't ever get to the point 
where we eliminate the culturally deprived Black 
Student from educational opportunity. Educating 
the deprived has been our number one mission 
in the past, and Mr. Thomas hopes it will always 
continue as an integral part of our educational 
process. 

Mr. Thomas has exemplified to all at U.M.E.S., 
especially to the "'young people," that l(jve and 
understanding is essential to all men. Mr. Thom- 
as, for all that you have given, both materially 
and spiritually, we dedicate the 1970-71 Hawk 
to you. 




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MARVIN MANDEL 

Governor of Maryland 



Governor Mandel, was born April 19, 1920, in Baltimore. He attended Pimlico Elementary 
School, Garrison Junior High School, and graduated from City College in 1937. He attended 
the University of Maryland and then went to the University's Law School, receiving his LL.B. 
in 1942. 




Dr. Louis L. Kaplan 





Mr. Richard W. Chase 



Mr. B. Herbert Brown 




BOARD OF REGENTS 

Governing Body 

of 

The University of Maryland 



Mrs. Mice H. Mor^n 





Mr. George C. Fry 



Mr. Hugh A. McMuUen 



Mr. Edward V. Hurley 



Mrs. Michael J. Deegan. Jr 





DR. WILSON H. ELKINS 

President 
University of Maryland 




DR. HOWARD E. WRIGHT 

Acting Chancellor 

University of Marylaijd 

Eastern Shore . 



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MissU.M.E.S. 
WANDA STEWART 




Miss Hawk 
LINDA MATHEWS 




Actin^i: Dean of Faculty 
DR. WILLIAM A. LYNK 



Administrative Assistant to the Chancellor 
MRS. INA Q. STEELE 



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ADMINISTRATIVE 
ASSISTANTS 



Secretary to the Acting Chancellor 
MISS MARIAN BIRCKHEAD 






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Director of University Relations 
MR. JESSE ROSENBLUM 





USDA Liaison Officer 
MR. OBIE L. .M.4SINGALE 



Secretary, Office of University Relations 
MRS. BRENDA RALPH 






Assistant Registrar 
MR. JOEL C. MACK 



Director of Registrations 
MISS GRACE THOMAS 








Director of Admissions 
MRS. VIOLET J. WOOD 





Business Manager 
MR. RAYMOND A. ROBILLARD 




Director of Development 
MR. EARL S. RICHARDSON 




Director of Student Affairs 
MR. ROBERT L. DOWERY 



Director of Athletics 

MR. VERNON McCAIN 

and secretary 




Librarian 
MR. JASON (;RANT 111 



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Alumni CiMirdinalor 
MRS. ELIZABETH C. CORDERY 



Dirfctor cif Teacher Trainiii] 
DR. WILLIAM PENDER 





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THE 
DEPARTMENT 

OF 
AGRICULTURE 




Dr. Harrel Smith 
Professor and Head, Department of Agriculture 





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Dr. Andrew A. Zwaruii 
Asst. Prof, of Agriculture 




Dr ( laud C Marion 
Prof Aj;ri< ultural Education (Right) 



Mr. John V. Strickland 
Assoc. Prof. P.iultrv (Right) 



Dr. Moses W. Jaughn 
Professor of Agriculture 



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DEPARTMENT 

OF 

AEROSPACE 

STUDIES 




Major Robert Gest III, USAF 
Head, Department of Aerospace 



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Staff Serii;eant Ronald Irvin 
S/SGT, AFROTC 




Captain ('leveland Simpson, USAl' 
Assistant Professor of Aerospace 





Technical Sergeant Joseph Britton, USAF 
T/SGT, AFROTC 

Left to right: Carl Bryant, Allen Showell. Jeffry Martin, 
Charles Smith, Ronald PhiUips, Raymond Bailey, Gary 
Waters. James Pinder, Elbert Davis, Gene Taylor, Skippy 
Lewis, Cleveland Commander, Isaac Hayward, and 
Michael Hoy. 




Dr. Shekar S. Kaup 
Professor and Head, Department of Business 



DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS 



Mrs. Patricia S. Gest 
Lecturer-Business 



Mr. William R. Pogue 
Lecturer-Business 





Mrs. Betty E. J. Miles 
Lecturer-Business (Accountiiif;) 



Mr. Dayananda Y. Pakkala 
Instructor. Business (Management) 



Mrs. Delores W. Taylor 
Instructor, Business Education (On Leave) Below 





Mr. James A. Polk 
Acting Head, Department of English and Languages 



DEPARTMENT 
OF ENGLISH 

AND 
LANGUAGES 





Mrs. Dawn E. Rebach 
Lecturer. English and Language (Speech) 




Dr. Erica A. Leh 
Assistant Professor, German 








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Mr. Remo Ferrante 
Assistant Professor, French 



Mrs. Mary F. Burks 
Assistant Professor. English (Upper Left) 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

ENGLISH 

AND 

LANGUAGES 





Mr. Walter L. Jones 
Instructor, English 




Mrs. Alice M. Claudel 
Lecturer, English 






Miss Alethia A. Elps 
Assistant Professor, Clothing 



Mrs. Lilia M. Wallace 
Instructor, Home Economics 



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Mrs. Eretheia H. Evans 
Head, Home Economics Department (Third from Left) 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

HOME ECONOMICS 



Mrs Dc\enia P Wallace 
A'ismidnt Profc^soi, Home Economics 




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Miss Alma Gregg 
Assistant Professor, Music (On Leave) 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

MUSIC 



Mrs. Mary S. Morris 
Instructor, Music 




Dr. Gerald W. Johnson 
Professor and Head, Department of Music 

Dr. Warrick L. Carter 
Assistant Professor, Music 





Mr. Bernard Upshur 
Assistant Professor, Art 

Mr. Jimmie Mosely 
Assistant Professor, Art 





Mr. Theodore Briggs 
Associate Professor. Mechanic Arts 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

MECHANIC ARTS 



Mr lames Sulhvan 
Instructor Mfchanic \rts 



Mr. WiUiam H. Clelland 

Assistant Professor, Mechanic Arts 







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Mr Kicluird H. Thomas 

Assistant Professor 

Actino; Head Mechanic Arts Department 



Col. Leon F. Pensalan 
Assistant Professor, Mechanic Arts 



Mr. John J. Donlan 
Assistant Professor, Mechanic Arts 



Mr. Thomas H. Wiles 
Instructor, Photography 




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DEPARTMENT 

OF 

PHYSICAL 

EDUCATION 




Dr. Howard Davis 
Head. Department of Health and Physical Education 




Mr. Robert F. Taylor 
Head Football Coach 





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Mrs. Lois Smith 
Instructor, Physical Education 




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Mr. Harold C. (Jray 
Instructor, Physical Education 



Mr. Henry H. Ford 

Dormitory Counselor. Assistant Basketball Coach 





Mr. Willie S. Smith 
Assistant Professor. Health and Physical Education 



DEPARTMENT 

OF 

NATURAL SCIENCE 

AND 

MATHEMATICS 





Dr. (lurbax Singh 
Assistant Professor, Physics 



Miss Deretha W. Rainey 
Instructor, Chemistry 




Miss Ethel K. Ensey 
Instructor Biology 








Mr. Adnaii M. Haider 
Assistant Professor. Mathematics 



Dr. WiUiam P. Htyche 
Associate Professor, Mathematics 





Mrs. Juliana Dowell 
Assistant Professor-Mathematii 




Mr. Vernon E. McCain 
Assistant Professor. Math 



Mr. William O. Hull 
Assistant Professor, Natural Science and Malheniatii 




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DEPARTMENT 

OF 

SOCIAL SCIENCE 




Dr. John E. Mcfiuigan 
Head, Department of Social Sciences 



Reverend W. Tycer Nelson 
Associate Professor, Social Science (Below) 




Dr. George W. Starling 
Associate Professor, Social Sciences 



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Mr. Mortin J. Plotnik 
Visitiiif; Scholar-Professor, Social Science 



Dr. V. James Garofalo 
Director Learning & Resources Center 




Mr. Curtis Creager 
Instructor, History 



Mr. Mark Schulamn 
Instructor, Social .Sciences 




Mr. T. W al.l.i Kiah 
Assistant Pmfesscir. Educatinii 



Mr. John L. Bond 
Lecturer, Education 





Mrs. Helen C. (;ieasi)n 
Teacher Education Coordinator 



Dr. WiUiam M. Pender 
Director of Teacher-Trainin" 



EDUCATION 





Left to right: Row one; Carol Ambush, JoAnn Mitchell, Lerhman Dotson, Betty Lee, 2nd row; Robert Martin, Joanne Johnson, Rotan 
Lee — President, Veronica Gerald, James Coates, 5rc? row; Dean Dowry — Advisor, Benjamin Grimes. Donald Hooker — Vice President. 

THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT INTRODUCES 
CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 



In addition to beinij the student governini; body of 
the campus, the Student Council is an agency by which 
students may promote the interests and welfare of the 
university community. It encourages student participa- 
tion in the solution of student life problems and cooper- 
ates with the faculty and administration in the regula- 
tion and promotion of student activities. The chancellor 
of U.NLE.S. appoints a faculty advisor for the Council 
each year. 





Left to right: Row one; Bro. Steve Jones. Bro. Rick White, Sis. Veronica Gerald, Sis. Erdine Barley, Sis. Mary Corbin, Bro. John Borden 
— President, 2nd row; Bro. Ricardo Queen, Bro. Donald Hooker, Bro. I.erhinan Dotson, Bro. Demetrius Bond, Members not shown; 
Bro. Aaron Walker, Bro. Jack Ridley, Bro, Danny Miller, Bro. Benny Prather, Bro. Robert Martin, Bro. Michael •'Clem" Jones, Bro. 
Warren Edwards, Sis. Rosalind Norwood, Sis. Deloris Barley, Sis. Carol Boyce, Bro. Jay Johnson. 

BLACK AWARENESS MOVEMENT 

^^Before Man can see, he must open his eyes 
and come forth from the (larkness."" 






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PHYSICAL ^ 

EDUCATION J 

CLUB 

Kneeling: Liz Smith, Gloria Sampson, Delores Cook, Leslie Johnson, Standing: Row one; Bonnie Bowman, Deborah Foster, Brenda 
Mason, Carol Jackson. Brenda Huey, Margret Titus, Anthony Gideons, 2nd row; Sedgwick Rone, Cleveland Commander, Jimmy Coates, 
Chris Buckley. Wendell Bradey. and McKinley Hayes. 








Row one; left to right; Deborah Churc h. Lutricia Elliot. '2nd. row; Barbara Cornish, Pamela Gill, Sharon Huitt, 
3rd row; Mary Vereen, Caroline Alexander, (ilenda Mack. 



YOUNG WOMEN'S 

CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 




YOTJING MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 




Seated; left to right; Elroy Kinj:, Lerhman Dotson. Ben r,nnimes. Ran- 
dolph Smith, James Ball, Gerald Sewell, Standing; Harry \\ inbiish, 
Donald Smith. Benjamin Titus. Martin Lampkin. Steve Jones, Fred King, 
Harry Taylor, Ricky Queen. 






THE CLEFTERS 

'I'lie Clel'ters is the official name of the I niversity of Maryland. Eastern 
Shore's choral ensemble and its officers are as follows: Sitting; Glenda 
Mack. Ambia Hooper; Back row; Conrad Smith. Pamela Schiller. The 
choir is directed by Dr. Gerald W. Johnson and accompanied by 
Mrs. Mary S. Morris. 




FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 






Below; Marbury Purdue, Kevin Kenya. Percy Willett, Emmanuel 
Acquah and George Webster. The University of Maryland, Eastern 
Shore Chapter of the F.A.A. is a modification of the National F.F.A. 
Organization. We are a Chapter Organization. 







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Front row; left to right; Glenda Mack. Roberta Hicks, Barbara Cornish, Pamela Gill, 2nd row; Carol Boyce, Edie Cooke, Diane Lane, 
Nancy Allen, 3rd row; Wayne Jerald, Sylvia Markam, Joseph Thomas, Caroline Alexander. 



ENGLISH 
CLUB 




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VETERANS CLUB 



Front row; Walter Brock, Harry Miller, Nancy Allen — Sweetheart 
Fred King. 2nd row; Col. Punsalan, Vernon Williams, Levi Baylock 
Eniiene Borden. 




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Seated; Benjamin Titus, Btn (Irimes, Randolph Smith, Gerald Showell, Krtil Kiiif;. John Bradford, Standing; Stevni lorn >. KIha Kinj:. 
Lerkman Dotson, Joseph Thomas. Martin Lamkin, Donald Hooker, Donald Smith. Harry Taylor, Harry Wimbush, Christopher Buckley, 
James BaU, and Charles Richardson. 



MEN'S 
SENATE 




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Row one; Renard Pitts, Pamela Gill, Lutricia Elliot, Beverly Thomas, Melva Dempsey, Sheron Hewitt, Joyce Green. Evehn 
Duckery, Glenda Mack, Carol Boyce, John Jones, Henrietta Deshields, Elroy King, Joseph Thomas, and Kevin Kenya. 



INTERNATIONAL CLUB 

^If anyone should ask why I love my friend 
it is because I am I and he is heP' 




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Dr. John Bigjiers 
Art Department 



ALPHA 
RHO 
TAU 

Alpha Rhi) Tau became the official Art or- 
ganization of the University of Maryland, East- 
ern Shore in November 1970. A.R.T. evolved 
with the purpose and desire to enrich and per- 
petuate through art those ideals which deal 
with man's need for communication and esthe- 
tic fulfillment. Further the organization seeks 
to constitute a community exemplifying the 
spirit of brotherhood by creating fellowship 
among art students of the University of Mary- 
land, Eastern Shore, through active partici- 
pation and exchanging ideas centering around 
current issues and trends in Art. 



Kneeling; Gregory Green, John Jones, Beverly 
Miles, Dena Jones, Thomas Knox, Standing; Billy 
Burgess, Donald Whittington, Shirley Perry. Mich- 
ael Beard, Blanch Kause, Jane Britten, Mr. Brick- 
head, Vonnie Holdorf — President, Bernard Upshur 
— Advisor, Joseph Jacobs. 



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Kneeling; Harry ^ inbush - Alpha Phi Alpha Standing Kou one. Carol H(iv<e and Belinda Wildy - Delta Sigma Theta. Roslyii Leath- 
erbury and Joanne Jacks,, n - /eta Phi Beta. Edith A\dlett. PatiR la Reed - Alpha Kappa Alpha, 2n(f row; Conrad Smith and Melvin 
Fowkles - Kappa Alpha Psi, David Jenkins and ( le\eland( ommander - Omega Psi Phi, Joseph Thomas - Alpha Phi Alpha. 




PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 

Presents Greek And 
Service Organizations 

The Panhellenic Council is made up of repre- 
sentatives of the National Greek Letter Organi- 
zations of the University of Maryland, Eastern 
•Shore. The Council makes recommendations to 
the Administrative bodies of the university re- 
garding the activities of the National (ireek Letter 
Organizations on the campus. One of its chief 
functions is to stimulate and guide each individu- 
al Greek Letter Organization to the end that the 
best interests of the U.^^E.S. Community will 
be served. 




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Sorors of Alpha Omicron Chapter are: Edith Aydlett, Pamela Gill, Wanda Stewart, Betty Gordon Lee, Veronica Gerald, Diane Moore, 
Patricia Reed, Carol Ann Ambush. 



ALPHA 

KAPPA 

ALPHA 

SORORITY 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, the I'irst (ireek-letter sor- 
ority among Negro CoUege women, was founded at Howard 
University. Washington, D.C., on January 16, 1908. Their 
purpose for organizing was "to cultivate and encourage high 
scholastic and ethical standards, improve the social status 
of the race, promote unity and friendship among college 
women, and to keep alive within the alumnae an interest in 
coUege life and progressive movements emanating there- 
from." The Alpha Omicron Chapter of ,\lpha Kuppa Alpha 
Sorority was founded at Maryland State College in 1951. 



President Wanda Stewart in the fircMivc of things. 




ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY 




Alpha Phi Alpha, a fraternity originally established for 
Negro College men. was founded at Cornell University on 
December 4, 1906. It was the first intercollegiate Greek- 
letter fraternity in the United States Established for Negro 
college men. The fraternity is now interracial, with several 
white brothers as active members. 

Ever aware of the magnetic appeal of our motto, "First 
of all, servants of all, we shall transcend all," it has been an 
endeavor of Alpha Phi Alpha to make this axiomatic truth 
a living reality. Further, the chapter has always held as its 
most sacred attributes, manly deeds, scholarship and love 
for all mankind. The Delta Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity at Maryland State CoUege was founded in 1950. 



Brothers of Delta Nu are: left to right (front); Harry Winbush, 
Donald ."^mitli. Back row: Joseph Thomas, Angie Purnell — Sweet- 
heart. Orvin Elliot. Judy Whitselt - Queen, Raymond Showell, 
and Donald Banks. 





Sorors of Delta Mu Chapter are: Edith Cooke. Joanne Mitchell, Belinda Wildy, Helen Proctor, Donald Hooker - Sweetheart, Evelyn 
Duckery, Louella Hull, Diane Lane. Carole Boyce. 



DELTA 



SIGMA 

THETA 

SORORITY 

Delta Sigma Theta was tounded at Howard University 
in Washington, D.C., on January 13, 1913. The stated pur- 
pose of the founders was to establish a sorority to promote 
high cuhural. intellectual, and moral standards among its 
members, for its own benefit and for that of the larger so- 
ciety in which it exists. Alpha Mu Chapter was founded at 
Maryland State College in 19.52. 



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OMEGA PSI PHI FRATERNITY 



Onu-ija Psi Phi Fraternity was fdunded on November 
17, lyil at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Be- 
heving that men of similar ideals and prin iples should 
bind themselves together in a common bond of brother- 
hood. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity was founded upon these 
Four Cardinal Principles: Manhood, Scholarship, Per- 
severance, and Ujilift. They are ever grateful to their 
founders, Edgar A. Love. Oscar Cooper. Frank Coleman 
and Ernest Just for fraternity of Brotherhood and fellow- 
ship which shall stand as a glowing light for all men who 
pledge themselves to such principles. The Pi Epsilon 
Chapter of University of Maryland, Eastern Shore was 
founded in 1948. 



Brothers of Pi Epsilon Chapter are: Left to right. Kneeling; 
Donald Hooker, Edward Swanson, Jimmy Coates. 2nd row; Ben 
H. Grimes. Everett Woods, David Jenkins. Cleveland Com- 
mander, Lonnie Russell. 




Graduate Chapter awards on OMEGA DAY. 












KAPPA ALPHA PSI FRATERNITY 



Brothers of (lamma Xi Chapter are: Clockwise; Russell Hay- 
ward, Larry Slaujihter. Conrad Smith. Dwi^ht Mack. Anthony 
Gideons. Mel Fowlkes, Ricardo Queen, Gerald Ford. Charles 
Richardson, McKinley Hayes, Randolph Smith, Willard Mc- 
Gullough, Michael Hoy, Above. Beloiv are: Orlando McElroy 
and Russell Hayward, Kneeling. Standing are; Dr. Warrick L. 
Carter, Willard McCullouf^h, Randolph Smith, Conrad Smith, 
Michael Hoy, McKinley Hayes, Charles Richardson and Mr. 
Jason Grant HI. 



Kappa Alpha Psi is a National Fraternity with over 
40.000 members. It was founded by Elder Watson Diggs 
and Bryan K. Armstrong who gathered eight other stu- 
dents on January 5. 1911, at Indiana University. Today 
there are more than 250 chapters. This growth has been 
stimulated by the desire to achieve a mandate of excel- 
lence, which all Kappa men strive to attain. Gamma XI 
Chapter, here at the University of Maryland, Eastern 
Shore, was founded in 1949. 

Miss Cathy Jones 
Miss Kappa Alpha Psi 





TAU ALPHA 

EPSILON 
FRATERNITY 



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Sweethearts of Tau: Gloria Sampson. Linda Pender, Naomox 
Chambers — Queen, and Velma Layton. 



Kneeling; Clyde White and Andrew Anderson, Standing; Robert 
Martin, Lonnie Seymour, Jerome Ennels. Reggie Farrarte, Edwin 
Turner, Kenneth Deshields, Archie Draper, Anthony Whetley, 
Sherwin Pender, Tyrone Harriston, Warren Edwards and Steve 
Jones. 





ALPHA PHI 

OMEGA 

FRATERNITY 



Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity was 
founded at Layfayette College. Easton, Pennsylvania on 
December 16. 1925, by Frank R. Horton and others. Its 
purposes are to unite in a fraternal bond those college and 
university men who cooperate with all youth movements, and 
to promote friendship, leadership and service. Nationally, 
Alpha Phi Omega has a membership of over 100,000 men, 
and who have assembled in the fellowship of the scout oath 
and law to promote its cardinal principles: Leadership, 
Friendship and Service. Rho Omicron Chapter, University 
of Maryland Eastern Shore was initiated on January 15. 1967. 



Brothers of Rho Omicron are: Kneeling; Evan Kanip and Wendell 
Brady. Standing; Louis Finney, Ike Hemphill. Sweetheart (Miss 
Leadership) — Pamela GiU. Jay Johnson. Miss Alpha Phi Omega — 
Beverly Orr, Lerhman Dotson, Arlene Foote — Miss Service, De- 
metrius Bond. Flamina Johnson — Miss Friendship, and Alfred 
Law. 





GAMMA SIGMA 

SIGMA 

SORORITY 



Gamma Sifima Si^ma Service Sdnirity came about when 
a group of jiirls ol Drexel Institute of Technology heard that 
a group of girls known as the Omega Service Sorority ot Bos- 
t(m University were hoping to tind other college service 
groups in order to bind the groups together in a national 
service organizati(m. The name Gamma Sigma Sigma ap- 
pealed to the girls and was the name adopted for the Soror- 
ity because of the common usage of (iS standing for girls 
service sorority. 

Gamma Sigma Sigma Service Sorority had its begin- 
ning on January 1. 1953. The purpose of this organization 
is to assemble college and university women in the spirit 
of service to humanity. Gamma Sigma Sigma renders serv- 
ice to the school, the community and the nation. 




The University of Maryland, Eastern .Shure Ciihmy of Gamma 
Sigma Sigma was founded in April of 1968. The members are: 
Left to right; Lutricia Elliot, Maricm Stanley, Virginia Carter 
Thomas, Mary Jones, Angela Downing, Ambia Hooper. Roberta 
Hicks, Sweetheart — Lerhman Dotson, Beverly Thomas, Arlene 
Foote, Melva Dempsey. Helen Proctor, Joyce Green, Belinda 
Wilcly. B.-veilv Orr. an.l f'atiicia Reed. 




PLEDGE CLUBS 

TO THEE WE PLEDGE 



SPHINX 

PLEDGE 

CLUB OF 

DELTA 

NU 

CHAPTER 

OF 

ALPHA 

PHI 
ALPHA 

Kneeling: Walter 
Brock, Sweetheart — 
ReginaOden, Charles 
Smith. Standing; Left 
to right; Weldon Mi 
borne, Allen Showell, 
William Brown, John 
Jones, Webster Dor- 
sey and Carl Bryant. 




IVY LEAF 

PLEDGE 

CLUB OF 

ALPHA 

OMICRON 

CHAPTER 

OF 

ALPHA 

KAPPA 

ALPHA 

Left to right; Delores 
Cook, Connie Wolf- 
rey, Mary Leather- 
bury, Maxine Clark 
and Leslie Johnson. 



LAMPADOS 
PLEDGE 
CLUB OF 

PI 
EPSILON 
CHAPTER 

OF 
OMEGA 

PSI 

PHI 

Standing Left !>■ 
right; X'i ayne \\h\i. 
Theodore Nobli'. 
Harry Taylor. Marliii 
Perkins. Gary Wa- 
ters, Quintiin Jones. 
Beverly Miles. Russel 
Bailey, and Thomas 
Nock. 



PYRAMID 

PLEDGE 

CLUB OF 

ALPHA 

MU 

CHAPTER 

OF 

DELTA 

SIGMA 

THETA 

Left to right: .loyce 
Jones. Darlene Cor- 
nish. Wanda Taylor, 
and Sylvia Markam. 










SCROLLER 

PLEDGE 

CLUB OF 

GAMMA XI 

CHAPTER 

OF 

KAPPA 

ALPHA 

PSI 

Left to right; Carl Car- 
thiirne and James Boaz. 





ARCHONIAN PLEDGE 

CLUB OF 
ETA BETA CHAPTER 

Left to right; (iladys Coibin, Loriia Tilglimaii, EInora Evans 
Seated; Sweetheart — Isaac Hayward. 



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TREFOIL PLEDGE 

OFRHOOMICRON 

CHAPTER 

Nathaniel Poon 






Orrin Moore 



Thomas Owens 



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V COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



Patricia Reed 





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THE LIBRARY STAFF 




Miss Charletta H. House 
Circulation Librarian 



Miss Jessie M. Cottman 
Associate Librarian for Reference Services 



Mr. Jason C. Grant III 
Librarian 



Mrs. Josephine B. Holden 
Library Assistant I 



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Mrs. Lucille C. Cook 
Library Assistant 111 



Miss Ann Sullivan 
Library Assistant II 





Miss Barbara Lane 
Secretary to the Business Manager 



Mr. Raymond Robillard 
Business Manager 



Mrs. Brenda D. Ray 
Financial .'Vid Coordinator 





Mrs. Gail M. Briddell 
Telephone Operator 



Mr. J. Leon Gates 
Accountant 



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Mrs. Lennette W. Messick 
Clerk-Typist (Booksture) 



Mr. Hilton N. Johnson 
Post Office 





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Mrs. Pauline Hayward 
Secretary, Director of Food Services 



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Mr?. Helen S. Dennis 
Dormitory Counselor 








Mrs. Marvl L. Harnion 
Clerk-Typist III. .Admissions 

Mr. Samuel N. Hutchins 
Data Frocessin": 






Mrs. Barbara Jackson 
Admissions OlTicf 




Miss Ann Howard 
Secretary 

Miss T. Ann Lucus 
Financial Aid Assistant 







Mrs. Mary Sltnvarl 
Secretary I 




Mrs. Linda Townsend 
Nurse 

Mrs. Yvonne White 
Secretary I 





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Pianist (Top) Choir Director 

"NOEL AFRO AMERICANA" 

Annual Christmas Choral Concert 




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Joanne Zagst 
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Nat Turner 



THE HUMANITIES SERIES 




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LINDA K. MATTHEWS 

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flow one; Charles Carrington, C. Neal, Harold Woods, Joe Jackson, Charles Reamon, Warner Robertson, John Borden, Willis Redding, 
Ernest Dates, Ben Simpson, Mike Royale, Irvin Haye, 2nd row; Cal Murphy, Edmond Carrington, Edwards Hines, Henry Shropshire, 
Charles Steadman. Wayne Whye. joe Williams, Renard Pitts. James Strong, Michael Beard, Tommy Owens, Anthony Gideons, Vernon 
Knox, 3rd row; Andre Finger, Kenny Ledbetter, Ernest Lee, Wayne Cropper, Irvin Long. John Holly, Charles Minters, Ronald Gray, 
Timothy Harvey, Vince Davis, Harrington Miles, Kenneth Shell, Bernard Homes, 4th row; Clinton Jones, Richy Cason. Charles Wheeler, 
Isiah McKinley, Melvin Cusex, Gregory Anderson, Conrad Spence. Donald Wesley, Theatris Childress, Horace Hould, Richard Wright, 
Jimmy Saunders, and EIrod Hendrix. 



Often one hears the [jhrase, "It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you 
play the game." W ell, the Maryland Hawks played an exceptional season, yet it 
doesn't seem as though lady kuk was on our side so far as a victory was concerned. 
Still there was one win that we Hawks are proud to sport and that was a 32-14 
victory over Norfolk State College. 



SENIORS 




Kneeling; Barrini;ton "Apple Jack" Miles. Ernest "Cotton" Dates, Irvin Hay. John Borden. Warner "Any Man" Robinson, 
James ""Sifimo" Strong;. Standing; Edward "Red" Hines, Michael Beard, Ronald Gray. "Philly" Joe WiUiams, Vincent Davis, 
Renard Pitts. Henry "Shrop" Shropshire. 




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Henry Shropshire. 








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Clem Jones, Standing; Stanley Perry. W arren Edwards, Levin Handy. Leroy Hayes, Charles Mintcrs. Ricky Cason, Andrew 
Anderson — Senior, Vince Davis — Senior. 



The University of Maryland, Eastern Shore (U.M.E.S.), Track Team cer- 
tainly d(ie,s their share in bringing home those trophies and medals. Of course, a 
lot of this credit goes to Coach Clifton "Cappy'" Anderson. Dedication and respect 
for all makes for an outstanding track team at U.M.E.S. Our congratulations Track 
Team for all your victories. 



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Standing: left to right; Reginald Butler. David Jenkins. Tyrone Henton. Herman Wilson, Melvin Fowlkes, Jack Bryant. Leslie Stanton, 
Robert Kearney, Harold Johnson. Kneeling: left to right; Michael Irby. Kim Hall. (Iranville Cannon, Kirk Hall, Wayne Kirkwood, Talvin 
Skinner, /VoM/sAoM'n; Michael Dennis. 





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Kneeling: left to right; Herman \^ ilsun. ('.. Foreman, Granville Cannon. Wayne Kirkwood, Robert Gainier, 
George Jackson. Standing: left to right; Tommy Nelson, Mike Irby, Leslie Stanton, Talvin Skinner, Ernie Neal, 
David Hill. Tlie^e are members of the Junior Varsity. 






FRESHMEN 





Shirley A11<m, 
Carolyn Anderson 
Kenton Brake 



Delores Barley 
Erdine Barley 
Morris Borden 



Bonnie Bowman 
Alice Brittin<;ham 
June Brittingliam 



Charles Carrinjiton 
Joyce (barter 
Kevin Chinchia 



Linda Collier 
Mary Corbin 
Alphonoso Cornish 



Barbara Craig 
Ruth Davis 
Vivian Davis 



Jennilcr Deshiilds 
Debbie Foster 
Ronald Gaines 



Larry Harmon 
David Hill 
Carol Jackson 



Sherman Lambert 
Velma Laytim 
Brenda Mason 



Maxine Milbourne 
Flemena Johnsim 
Jenniter Johnson 





Vera Johnson 
Dana Jones 
Francine Jones 



Maria Jones 
Ernest Lee 
Shirley Marshall 



Gary Me C ready 
Marjiaret Paige 
Linda Finder 



Maurice Finder 
Stanley Ferry 
Cedric Roane 



Maxine Sinims 
Kenneth Shell 
Theresa Shockley 



Fldsel Swann 
James Thomas 
Brenda Waters 



(lathy Waters 
Sylvia Waters 
Elvira White 



Lydia White 
Regina White 
Shirley Whittington 



John Wilson 








Caroline Alexander 
(irefiory Anderson 
Debbie Barbara 



Joan Bivens 
Linda Bowens 
Phyllis Bradford 



Walter Brock 
Carl Bryant 
Edmond Carrington 



Naomi Chambers 
Yvonne Cousin 
Janice Davis 



Ray Davis 
Terry Day 
Dottie Deshields 



Brenda Farrare 
Carl F'ields 
Tannic Fleming 



Alma Green 
Ernestine Hawkins 
Larry Harris 



Gregory Hitch 
Mary HuUand 
Brenda Hughey 



Anthony Johns 
Clem Jones 
Derrick Jones 



Evelyn Jones 
Hattie Jones 
Joyce Jones 





Quintcin Jones 
Ernest Leatherbury 
Mary Leatherbury 



Arnetta Milbourne 
Weldon Milbourne 
Beverly Miles 



Joan Morris 
Charles Reamon 
Willis Reddin- 



Margaret Riggins 
Ketrina Reid 
Gloria Sampson 



Allen Showell 
Carol Smith 
Charles Smith 



Ciirnell Taylur 
Deldies Taylor 
Eiit;ene Taylor 



Margaret Titus 
Valerie Ward 
Norman Weeks 





Connie WoHrey 





Nancy Allen 
Carol Ambush 
Jimmy Coates 



Delores Cook 
Yvonne Cotton 
Joseph Commander 



Kenneth Dashiell 
Angela Downing 
Archie Draper 



Warren Edwards 
Stewart Elzey 
Jerome Ennels 



Ronald Freeland 
McKinley Hayes 
Isaac Hayward 



EUen Hc.lbrook 
Michael Hoy 
Veronica Gerald 



Joanne Johnson 
Leslie Johnson 
Diane Lane 



Betty ((iordon) Lee 
Henry Lewis 
Dwight Mack 





Sandra McClain 
Williard McCullough 
Diane Moore 



Nancy Mor{;an 
Maurice Norfleet 
Reginia Oden 



Tommy Owens 
William Roberts 
(herald Sewell 



Lannie Seymour 
Raymond Showell 
Conrad Smith 



Donald Smith 
Elizabeth Smith 
Randolph Smith 



Harry Taylor III 
Lorna Tilghman 
Joseph Thomas 



Edwin Turner 
Gordon Wheatley 
Herbert Wheatley 



Clyde White 
Harry Winbush 
Mary Vereen 




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ANDREW TERENCE ANDERSON 
Industrial Arts 



EDITH MARIE AYDLETT 
Business Education 



JAMES H. BALL 

Sociology 



DONALD EUGENE BANKS 
Art Education 



MICHAEL JAMES BEARD 
Art Education 



AGNES BLAND 

Art Education 



JOHN BORDEN 
Historv 



CAROLE EZLIABETH BOYCE 
English-French 



JOHN BRADFORD 
Music 



MARY BRANNOCK 
Business Education 



BILLY BUR(;ESS 
Art 



CLIFTON COLLINS 

Industrial Arts 





EDITH MAK COOK 

Ennlish-FreiK'h 



BE'ITY CORBIN 

Social Science 



BARBARA DIANA CORNISH 

Erifjlish-History 



LESLIE COSTON 
Business Education 



(;LENN KENNETH CURTIS 
Music Educati(in-Si>ciol(igy 



ERNEST DATES 
Industrial Arts 



CRAWFORD WENDELL DENNARD 
Social Sciences 



MELVA DEMPSEY 

Social Sciences 



henrip:tta jeanette 
deshields 

Home Economics Education 



LEHRMAN WAYNE [)OTSON 
Sociology 



EVELYN DUCKERY 
Home Economics 



DEBBIE EDWARDS 
Home Economics 





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ARLENE FOOTE 
Home Economics 



MELVIN BATTIES FOWLKES 
Art Education 



PAMELA PATRICIA GILL 
English-French 



JOYCE GREEN 
Home Economics 



WALTER LEE GREEN 

Buildin" Construction 



RONALD (;RAY 

Physical Education 



IRVIN LOUIS HAY 
Physical Education 



ISIAH HEMPHILL 
Physical Education 



ROBERTA B. HICKS 

Social Science-English 



EDWARD JEROME HINES 

Sociology 



DONALD MACON HOOKER 
Mathematics 



AMBIA VALERIA HOOPER 
Music Education 





KEIFORD (VDONALD JACKSON 

Social Science-Enslish 



WAYNE GERALD 
Biology 



MICHAEL RANDELL JOHNSON 

Art Ediicalion 



ROBERT WH.LIAM JOHNSON 
Physical Education 



MARY ANN JONES 
Sociology-Eiifdish 



JOHN JONES 
Art Education 



ELKOV MORTIMKR KING 
Biol(j"ical Science 



HARLEY HENRY KRAUSE 
Sociology-English & History 



ROTAN EDWARD LEE 
English-Biology 



SANDRA DIANNA LEE 
Home Economics Education 



GLENDA ANN MACK 
English 



WALTER MILTON 

Physical Education 





JOEANN MITCHELL 
Business Education 



ORR]N MOORE 

Biolofiy 



BEVERLY JEAN ORR 
Home Eecmomifs Education 



RENARD DAVID PITTS 
Industrial Arts-Art 



HELEN PROCTOR 
Social Science 



JUANO RICARDO QUEEN 
Enfdish 



HELEN PATRICIA REED 

Siiciologv 



CHARLES RICHARDSON 
Biology 



PAMELA SCHILLER 
Music 



HENRY DOUGLAS SHROPSHIRE 
Sociology-History 



WANDA L. STEWART 
Music Edutatiim 



JAMES STRONG 
Industrial Arts 





BEVERLY DIANE THOMAS 

Mathcmatirs 



\ 1R(;IMA C. THOMAS 

Business Education 



BEXJAMIN TITUS 
Inilustrial Arts 



DEBBIE WALSTON 

Social Science 



VERA JEAN WASHINGTON 
Physical Education 



JUDY WHITSET 

Social Sciences 



BELINDA CHARLENE WILUY 

Social ScieiK'e-Eng:lisli 



PERCY WILLET 
Agriculture 



EVERETT OAKLEY WOODS 
Physical EdiicationT5iol(i';y 



KULINE WOODYARD 
Home Economics 




LUCY BELLE WRIGHT 
Home Economics 



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THE CORONATION 





Miss Sophomore 
MAXINE CLARK 



Miss A.F.R.O.T.C. 
CAROL SMITH 



Miss Alpha Phi Omega 
BEVERLY ORR 





Miss Tau Alpha Epsilon 
NAOMI CHAMBERS 



Miss Omega Psi Phi 
BELINDA WILDY 



Miss Veteran 
NANCY ALLEN 



Guest Queen 

A & T University 

Greenboro, North Carolina 

MISS MAXINE BROWN 





Rciiiiiing in the year 1970-71 is charniiiisj. Miss W aiula Stewart, of Princess 
Anne. Maryland. She typifies the vivaeiiius attractive coeds who have been chosen 
through the years by the students at this institution to represent all that's best in 
young college women. Wanda is a seni(U" Music Major and is a soror of Alpha 
Kappa Alpha Sorority. 






WANDA STEWART 

Our First Miss University of Maryland, Eastern Shore 



AFTER THE CORONATION . . . 




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Miss Home Economics 
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